SDC conducted preventative maintenance tests on underground storage tanks at these embassies.
Tidewater together with SDC conducted radiological characterization and a removal action involving medical and radioactive waste and performed radiological surveys.
Location: Herald, California
SDC completed Phase II of the Rancho Seco Radiological Decommissioning Project. Tidewater along with SDC and Philotechnics implemented data quality control measures to ensure survey results are of sufficient quality and quantity to support the final decision-making process.
SDC conducted the in-place abandonment of two 20,000 gallon no. fuel oil underground storage tanks for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC). This work included conducting preclosure, closure and post closure activities.
SDC provided labor, materials, equipment and supervision to fix and repair Veeder Root automatic tank gauging systems for two underground storage tanks (UST) systems located outside of building 16.
SDC conducted groundwater monitoring and site decommissioning.
SDC performed soil investigations and characterization in Micronesia.
SDC managed hazardous waste and disposal.
SDC provided staff augmentation services for scientists and experts in support of the National Weather Service.
Work under the contract includes production water well construction, well rehabilitation and redevelopment, repairs, upgrades and preventative maintenance. We currently have one task order for work in North Attleboro, Massachusetts to rehabilitate production wells at a fish hatchery.
Work under the contract includes implementing and executing HTRW projects in all phases of the CERCLA process, soil and sediment investigation, groundwater investigations, vapor intrusion investigations and mitigation, human health and ecological risk assessments, and evaluation and design of remediation strategies.
Work under the contract includes inventory of waste on-site, preparation of waste profiles, waste characterization, packaging of waste, disposal of waste, clean-up of waste releases, extraction of AFFF from fixed systems, cleaning/rinsing of AFFF equipment, and proper disposal of AFFF concentrates.
A five-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) was awarded to SDC-Philo JV. This contract is for the identification, removal, remediation, processing, and disposal associated with low-level radioactive waste (LLRW), which includes mixed and hazardous materials and wastes.